In addition to accounting, they offer electronic time cards and CAPSPay, a digital hours to gross tool, that crew can use to spin up their timesheets and then submit.
In addition to entertainment payroll, Wrapbook offers an all-in-one software suite that makes the process of running payroll efficient and compliant.
While Worker’s Comp rates depend on the state you’re shooting in, Wrapbook is tailored to productions operating with medium to low budgets so you can stop worrying about paperwork and get back to creating. And since they’re no quote wall, you know you’re always getting the best deal.
While both Wrapbook and CAPS do offer direct deposit, Wrapbook’s onboarding software comes complimentary.
Preview your payroll instantly without ever involving an accountant.
Wrapbook submits pension and health to following guilds:
Utilizing Wrapbook’s direct deposit feature, you can onboard and pay crew in the same hour, versus ABS Payroll Services’ lengthy set up time.
Whether your production’s payroll is five hundred or five million, you still access to the very best tools for production management available.
These in tandem make Wrapbook one of the best film insurance agencies.
Wrapbook only charges a fraction of a percent when you finally cut the checks or pay out via direct deposit. Plus, Wrapbook doesn’t require a payroll bond, so you can pay your crew without having to front your entire budget upfront.
Because it allows indie filmmakers and producers to save money by letting software do most of the heavy lifting.